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MASTER THE  ART OF PIANO PLAYING FROM THE SUCCESSOR OF FRANZ LISZT

Piano Lessons With A Difference 

Experience Your Transformation In Piano Playing With Us! 

Master Rickie, one of the successors of the Lisztian heritage, is devoted to emulate and uphold the teachings of Franz Liszt. To preserve and spread the tradition of the Hungarian Piano School, his invaluable teachings unveil a lot of the secrets of Hungarian pianism initiated by Franz Liszt. In Singapore, we are the one and only representative of the Hungarian style of piano teaching and performing, offering authentic Hungarian piano playing techniques to train and unleash great potential in every pianist.

Our Beliefs

We believe in practising the only supreme and true art of piano playing, an art which is going extinct! Hence, our aim is to shape the technical and musical ideals of the next generation of piano performers in the Hungarian tradition of music-making. We aim to animate and inspire our pupils with the ‘gift of music’, a beautiful gift which must be nurtured, developed, and treasured.

 

 

 

Call us at +65 8386 9223 to make an appointment now!

What Distinguish A Hungarian Pianist From Scores Of Others?

"Hungarian pianism is characterized by nearly flawless technical execution of difficult pieces. There is a strong sensitivity to sound, developed through years of ear training and private lessons, and a penchant for a transparent clarity and warmth of sound juxtaposed together, never with sharpness but elegant and light. The emphasis on stylistic correctness goes so far as to differentiate sounds between such close composers as Haydn and Mozart, Schumann and Brahms, or even different time periods of each composer. Pianists well-trained in this school have a clear and organized sense of musical architecture and a sense for the plasticity of melodic and harmonic shape as well as for dealing with polyphony, every voice singing. Besides the distinct sound, performances are exemplified by a confidence at the piano that is yet without unnecessary movement or bravura.

(Sandra Doan, The Hungarian School of Pianism)

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